Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT)  is based at the University of Nottingham and is supported by a multi million pound investment from UK Research and Innovation, the University of Nottingham and over 40 industry partners. The CDT focuses on digital identity, personal data and data creativity within the global digital economy, and is affiliated with the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Find out more about the CDT by reading our brochure Broadening horizons in the Digital Economy or by watching our short Horizon CDT video.


Horizon CDT News

Another successful Viva!

Congratulations to Anna Clarke (2013 cohort) on passing their PhD viva yesterday with minor corrections! […]

Busy September submitting theses!!

Congratulations to Chris Ellis (2013 cohort)  Title of Thesis: Dynamic Music Recommendation: A User-centric Approach […]

Research paper receives Young CRITIS Award

Mel Wilson  (2018 cohort) has recently returned from the CRITIS 2019 conference in Sweden where […]

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Horizon CDT Blog Posts

Research Update Summer/Autumn 2019

We are already in week 4 of the semester, and I’ve been planning to write […]

Mel travels to Sweden for CRITIS2019

Mel Wilson  (2018 cohort) has recently returned from the CRITIS 2019 conference in Linkoping, Sweden […]

Digital Places and Virtual Identities

Post by Luke Skarth-Hayley (2018 Cohort) From the Digital Space, Place and Identity Workshop What […]

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